Sardinia

There are over 50 beaches on the island of Sardinia, and many of them are renowned for their strikingly clear water and shallow sand dunes. As the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia is a goldmine for geologists and archaeologists. The island is not earthquake or volcano-prone, which means that there are rocks dating back to the Palaeozoic Era (500 million years ago).

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